Google is rolling out a new sign-ups feature that will let you sign up to Google’s free trial service for free for up to six months.
The feature is rolling to the Google Search app for Android and the Google Apps app for Windows and Mac, as well as the Google+ app for iOS.
Users will be able to use their Google ID and email address to sign up for the free trial, which is available to sign-in to Google Ads, Google Maps, and Google Calendar, among others.
The service is available in the Google Play store, and users can also access it on a computer or smartphone through a Google Play account.
The sign-on process is similar to that of Google’s other free trial offerings, Google Play Games, and Gmail.
In a blog post, Google’s Head of Developer Engagement Chris Blau said Google will soon offer more ways for users to get Google’s apps and services.
The new sign up feature is a small change that’s not expected to impact users who have already signed up for Google products through Google Play or through Google Apps.
Google has been rolling out the free Google Play and Google Apps programs since October 2016.